On Friday, imams at most of the mosques appealed to people to shun dowry and stop harassing their wives and daughters-in-law. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi also joined in issuing a similar appeal.
The group British Indians Voice, however, demanded that the media regulator Ofcom (Office Of Communications) must take action against BBC Asian Network. On Twitter, there was huge outrage with trending hashtags #BoycottBBC #BanBBC .
The people of India have nixed all baseless speculations and rumours about Covid vaccines by lining up in thousands at government and private hospitals to get vaccines.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi led from the front on Monday to launch the Covid vaccination program for all Indians above the age of 60 years.
Till now, Mamata’s forte in every election has been that she is an aggressive campaigner, but now she is on the defensive, and the BJP has taken aggressive postures. It now depends on how the BJP poll campaign led by the Prime Minister will evolve in the coming months.
The government on Thursday announced IT rules for social media giants like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Google and YouTube and digital OTT platforms like Netflix, Disney Hotstar and others, with particular stress on self-regulation, followed by an Oversight Mechanism to be put in place by the Centre.
Covid doses will be given free in government hospitals, while Covishield developed by AstraZeneca may cost Rs 300-400 in private hospitals. Cost of Covaxin, developed by Bharat Biotech may cost a little more. Those undergoing vaccination will not have the option to select the vaccine brand.
Lakha Sidhana spewed venom against the Central government, addressed thousands who had gathered at the rally, and then fled the spot riding a motorbike.
Today I want to share with you a good news on how Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind led by Maulana Mahmood Madani is trying to introduce modern education in more than 200 madrasas spread across Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
The number of daily Covid-19 cases in India rose to 14,059 on Friday, the highest in last 27 days. It crossed the 14,000 mark for the first time since January 23.
The PFI leader then tried to instigate Muslims in his speech. He said: “The Muslim community is still alive in India. So many things have been said about Muslims, they are backward and illiterate according to the Sachar Committee, but remember, this Muslim community has a capacity too. Allama Iqbal has written, “tauheed ki amaanat, seenon me hain hamare, aasan nahin mitana, namoniishan hamara” (we have the faith of Allah in our hearts, it is not easy to obliterate us).
The Indian army is keeping a watchful eye on the disengagement process. According to defence sources, between finger 4 and 8, the Chinese army has so far withdrawn 1,000 troops, 150 infantry combat vehicles, 100 tents and 120 Sangars (temporary bunkers) on mountain ridges, and an anti-aircraft regiment.
The larger picture that emerges is that these three were pawns in an international conspiracy to defame India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
While expressing his anger, Rahul forgot that Modi is not an individual, he is the Prime Minister, who represents India in world forums, and he has been entrusted with the onerous responsibility to lead the nation by the people of India. Narendra Modi is not the leader of a party, he is the head of government, who represents 135 crore Indians.
Even a layman can answer Rahul Gandhi’s queries. What happened on Thursday was only the beginning of the disengagement process, and more rounds of talks will take place for disengagement of troops from other areas. Defence Minister Rajnath Singh clearly mentioned this in his statement in Parliament on Thursday.
The Prime Minister mentioned how toll plazas and mobile phone towers were damaged in the name of farmers’ agitation. He questioned what posters demanding release of Naxalites and in support of Khalistan had to do with the farmers’ agitation.
It was a day of farewell for Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of the senior Congress leaders and Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha. In his speech bidding adieu to Azad, Prime Minister Narendra Modi recollected a terror attack that took place in Srinagar 14 years ago, when Azad was the chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir. Terrorists had lobbed a grenade at a bus carrying tourists from Gujarat, in which four tourists died.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday replied to most of the questions raised by the opposition on the issue of new farm laws.
More evidences have come forward which show that the tweets posted by pop singer Rihanna, climate activist Greta Thunberg and others were not spontaneous.
On Wednesday, climate activist Greta Thunberg shared a “toolkit” on Twitter to amplify farmers’ voices, but she later hurriedly deleted the tweet when Twitterati accused her of being a part of an “international conspiracy to defame India”.